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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

WONDERFUL WHITWORTHS Two Confederate Guns Put to Flight a Fleet. l A BLOCKADE RUNNER Hard Pressed She Lay Her Bonos Upon , the Beach Ralher Than Surrender :to the Enemy— She Brought Fine Instruments to Avenge. (Special to The Tlraes-Dispntch.} J'AYETTEVILIjE, N. C, March 11.Tourlsts and excursionists to tho pleasant coast resorts below Wolmlngton N. C, came aerofss tho old hull of a ship settling year by year defiper down Into tho sands, with a brokan rib piotrudliig hero and there, like tho bonea of somo old castaway soat mastodon. One warm, cloudy nlßht In tho late spring or early summer of 1562, the sontinels walking their bents on the cnmpiis of Fort Fisher, and tho soldiers off fluty strolling about; the campus, henrd tho dull boom of guns fnr out at sea. At first tho Intervals wore long nnd the distance was great; but gradually the connonnding became frequent, with an Increase In tho volume of sound, which told of tho swift flight of tho pursued and war-dogs joining in the cli...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

THE ALUMNI Of THE UNIVERSITY A History of the Association and Great Men Connected With It. The approval by Governor Montague recently of , "tho act to t Incorporate tho General Alumni Association of the Unlvorulty of Virginia with authority to Ibbuo certificates o't membership to local associations nnd to Individuals composing said General Alumni Asßootntlon" marks, It In hoped, n. now und highly important step In the history of the University of Virginia Alumni. Tho net Is In eleven sections, and was approved on tho 78th anniversary of tho opening of tho University of Virginia to/ ptudenta, which occurred March 7, IS2o. The ttat was signod by Governor MonlaffUß with a gold pen furnished by Delegates Duke, of Albctnnrlo. and West, of L/JUlBn. This pen will bo sent to fudKc Scner, tho president, and tho first broHldont of tho Oonoral Alumni Abso-clatlon.-wlth tho ror|Ue«t that it be turned over to the association to bo preserved In lt« archival. Tlw first Alumni 'Association of tho U...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

10 VIRGINIA C THE WINNER Victor at the Deep Run Hunt Club's Jumping Contest. JACK OF DIAMONDS NEXT Elevator Took the Yellow Ribbon— A Representative 9a9 a " ier ' n £ There and Many Handsome Equipages on the Ground. Under elenr skies and with a thoroughly delightful temperature, the Deep Run Hunt Club yesterday afternoon held Its first Jumping contest. ■ . Thero was a ropresentntlve gathering present Especially notable were tho many handsome horses and equipages, this being a demonstration of tho good done by tho Hunt Club, which has croated a desire in tho community to pay more attention than in former years to tho general appearanco of their animals and traps. Tho Jumps, which had been erected for tho occasion, were Just between the shooting stand and the traps. Originally the Jumps vyero built of saplings, which were held in place by a stake well driven In tho ground, tho topmost pole being held with wire. A CHANGE MADE. It was deomed advisable by the committee to modify tho seve...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

WERE SWORN TO SECRECY Then Senator Spooner Made Legal Argument, i COMPLIMENTED MORGAN But Took Sharp Issue With Him In Regard to Right of Panama Company to Grant Good Title to the , Canal Property, (Ily AJBoclntoil Pros,) WASHINGTON, March U.-Wlthout the transaction of any business in open session, tho Hchuto to-day went into executive session. Previous to tho aloMiug of tho doom tho official stenographers and all tnu employes of tho official rojjorlor's office woro nworn to Bociecy, and When tlio doors vero closed one of the repurtero was invltud Into Lho chamber to mako a detailed report of the proceedings, with tho understanding that it iilmiild ljo published alter lha vote on Tuesday next. When tlio doors were closed Senator Bpoonor began his speech on the Punamu. Canal treaty In reply to Senator Morgan. Departing somewhat from his usual dlrectncHH, Mr; Spooner Introduced his remarks with a series of complimentary allusions to Senator Much of his speech was legal In Its characte...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

v 8 A BRtEF HISTORY § 8 of the Eighth - Street Playhouse. § 5 3 § By BKUCE CHESTEttMAN, ************************** One of tho most Interesting chapters in the history of the stage In this city Is that In relation to the fall and rise of the,,H;ighth-Streot 'Jiheatre, once Barto s Opera House, and now the Uljou. 1 remember the old house very well in is early days, and always welcomed Satuiday not only as a day which freed _ me from school, but as one which brought with it a matlneo performance at this opera house, where for the small sum of ,vn cents one could sit in tho balcony and witness the kind o£ plays that please Ohp na.su. and especially delight the near of a boy, "Jack Shepherd," "Saved from the Storm," "After Dark," "A Checkered Life" "Honest Hearts and V« tiling Hands," and dramas of that typo were then the offerings at that playhouse. Iho house belonged to that class known as a ''family theatre," and "popular prices prevailed. Tho house was Ut by gas, but tins day had pas...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

AUCTION SALES-MONDAY. By Tho Valentlnn Auction Co., 612 East Broftd Street AuonOK BALfI ttAtto. organ, FunNiTtma, »«ttaOETtf, NEW RUOB. PICTTTRBB, MIRRORS. CARPETS, injATING . STOVES. COOKING BTOVBS, AM6 RANGES. ! TO-MOItnOW MORNING, MARCH 16th, ' beginning 1 at 10:10 o f clock, we will fell, at our aiictlbn ware-rooms, No. 012 East Brortd Btfoot, for parties declining houriukceplng and leaving tnn olty. ons Bquaro Piano, Ebony Cft«?, Carved Jjeg». T l-B Octave, 1n ffflod cdndfUdtii 1 Parlor Smith-American Organ, H # Btopst Haiid«omo Mirror-door Oftk Wnrdrob«, Oak Choval Chamber Suit, Walnut aiambor iultß, Handsome Plllowjvflg Oak Bxten•loif Table, Fine O«k SldeTioards, HUrhbuok Cane-Boat Chairs, Handsome Bilk nrocatolle 3-plcce Pa.rlar Suit. *taoßlvo Walnut Chamber Stilt and Wardrobe. Handsomo Drugget*, Art Bauarea, Wilton and Smyrna Rugs, all nowi Braen Bod, Parlor Mantel' MjSrorj, Picture*, several good Carnotß, 8 good Cooking Stove» and Rknges, Heating 1 Stoves, eto. . co. Geo. ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

X oke MINIMUM a & 4 I J «n I igit THESE ARE fTHE WONDER fU> • A^. l\\ I*J J» M i!!i!il M Sn !*l I? 1 T titab ft M w/r m m workino want ads. m g^ n^^ m /I 1 nSk ? I WX *°™' I IT ■ ■SQ W CJI W W THAT BRIHO fIHHTEST nESULTS. Lte ■W9 f %£ [& Pi CMhMdvan.. WORD. S l ' \J\ W6RQI Cash lnAdvancß v : .^ -~. 1 11 ' ' ' » ■it mj HELP WAHTED— FEMALE. WAXTKD, A GOOD COOK. APPLY 507 N. Tenth. vT>ANTP,n, AN EXPIORIKKCKD VIAND on drcsßOß. Apply to MRS. COMJRIO. 4ia North Twenty-fifth Street WANT.ED--YOUNO LADY,. COPY Ll'.lters at home; *S weekly; JSffl&«.^ Addrefs enclosing stamp. A\ kbl Mils TRADING CO., Cincinnati, O. LADIES ■KVIWyWHERE. COPY LETlers, home evenings, and return to us, we pay $X) thousnnd. cash: new plan, steady work. Sond "'^'^^''^Vi'"'^^ 0 ' full particulars. GUARANTEE CO., Dept. S, 307, Philadelphia, Vn. WANTED, HOUSEM^AID; GOOD WAGES to competent person, with city references, inexperienced persons need not apply. 815 Wes...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

ONE I MINIMUM I ? I & A, . IA I jkn I <*« I THESE ARE THE WONDER I«A * lA^ I /{V <| M 'Jj J" M "J T 2B C S.s ft rfc §> /r # m WORKING WANT ADS. |£ 011 »"3h, T u«L ZsWntS| Hr • 1 73 W- ijl [fti W THAT BRING GREATEST RESULTS. Lfc> W f Ifcj Wl P) c «hlnAd™, 08 WORD. WORD, Cash in Adwiios • . , vrrr * ■-^ r | J— . ~: . ■ ] I I I t ■ i 1 [ HELP WANTED— FEMALE. .WANTED. ONK MItST-CLASS HAND on (Ircsiios; iioiio clpc n';cd apply. Call at lli!3 "West Main Strool. ,WANTIO]I>, AT ONCI'J, A FIRST-CJvASH Cook. Call Cury Blroot Road, opposim homo placo Mr. A, yon Rosiongk. WANTIOD AT OMCB, APPRIDNTICPS girls for rnllilnisry work room. Apply j at H. B, BALDWIN'S, Mnnchcstpr, va. JWANTICD, BrtVHRAtj" LADIEH 'I'd help on coatM. ninkf! btill.nn-holcs and to mnke oklrtH. Apply to "• l'l-.KLI.s, L'W North Fifth Street, corner Broiul. SITUATES WANTED— FEMALE, .WANTED. HY AN IJXPERIISNC'ED ludy stenographer, v/orlt f'»r nfternonns ' or m...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

16 IS TOBACCO PROFITABLE Question Argued in Prince Edward and Lunenburg. COUNTRY SCHOOLS CLOSE. In Prince Edward tho School Board Has Funds Sufficient For Another Half Month If iho R*st Can be R.iisod by Subscription. (Spttlal to The Tlmch-Dlspntclj.) MEHERRIN. VA.. March M.-A mucli-' argued question through this Immediate section Is whether 'or not there Is mote monov tn tha cultivation of tobacco or In other" crops that arc raised by the farmers. It la a well known fact that In (he old ante-bellum days that dark tobacco was the moneyed crop raised on the various farms ihroush this .section. ai)d since the "Strugglo" this crop has received more.' Attention from the mass of people than any other raised, rhose who have kept their farms In good condition yet maintain the old claim that at the present low prices that Is being ro.cslyed for the. weed there Is yet more money In the cultivation of the Woed thnn In any other crop that if at present raised on the farm- while those who hayo ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

THREE SECTIONS THE TIMES. I'OUNt>GD iSSt) . /THE DISPATCH,, FOUNDED ISSO. I BOOM FOR SENATOR FAIRBANKS Will Avow Himself Candidate for Presidency.. A CAMPAIGN FOR SOUTHERN MEN Senator Will Establish News- [ papers lii the South. ONE MAY BE PUT IN THE RICHMOND FIELD Carolinian at Elizabeth City, M. 0., Has Been Acquired and Will Be Removed to Raleigh— Papers to Be Es- ; tablished at Greenville, Tennessee, and Birming- . ' ham, Alabama, The Tlmos-Dlnpatch Bureau. Washington', D. C, March U. Senator Fairbanks, of Indiana, has not "bfllcially" launched lilk Prosidential boom, but ho will be In the race for tho nomination. He has not called In the nowspapcr men and had a heart-to-heart talk with them, but I have, within th* past two days,' received posltivo oHrs-.r-ancos that ho will make a public avowal' of his aspirations at what he con?klors tho proper time; and that he'haa already pet to work to capture dolngates. As usuul with candidates for tho Republican nomination to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

. Ril ninnoy lirinßWS hprp, But tiir- indlorifl flie'lhnt many tnnrn .ililpltitnlß nnd nU.jul.s Of tJHljbhftes .will l-f- HhlnnMl rt ht-rp than 111 imy prcvlmiM yrar. Ono kpr hrrr ontonlshed »■ eommlMlon mer* Hit «f 1 nrt 1111 11 mi poll p. whn Wax l'"'c *rol<cnnPlßilin^ntK "t inridili-n. by asking • timiiy eflvlolirts He conltl hniuiln <i. , 'Hin'tloosifr Hiiiil lie rotilt] tnko .one . cnnoiul If In toiilii lirrniifef ivllh n lif ftnbtir to iwslo* him wltih half of the /-hip'i,,t.iH. "J ship it enrload onrh I'rmn nvcry one of my Mx plafcs diuiiiK Iho six weeks HOHson," ' siild tin* Iruckor, or «iii tho crop* tiir Ptritwberry i« mo niopt proniablc. It Is nlso tlio most precn-t-itms. Tho rtllßnully Ih In putting it on -■ tlie market hi UlO hcpt condition. It must ' ho ripe, hut not soft. The berry spollit easily, and at Ihn beginning of tho unison ihero iiro hundreds of rofiigerntlng oiirs sent hero from nil over the country 1u be niied with tho luscious fruit t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

THE MASONS IN AUGUSTA " Enjoyable Anniversary Meeting Held In Oreenesville, WESTERN STATE HOSPITAL The Doarcl Adopts Resolutions Appreciative of the Faithful and Valuable Services of Dr. C. C. Oonway, Who Died Recently. (Special U Tin; Tlinc»-I)l«Piit''li.') BTAUNTON-, VA.: March ll.— Tho Mnnons of Oreonpsvllle, this county, report that they had qulto an erijoyaulo time at tholr anniversary which was held at tho !M. B. Ohurch In that town on Wednesday nnd Tbursdny of this week. On Wednesday evening an interesting address wur delivered by the. Hey. J. 11. lilght, of Lexington, Va./ In the ohurch. There ■was good music and a number of flivtclass recitations. The- ladles of drcenesvllle hold a supper In Masonic Hall on [Wednesday nnd Thursday evening, and did a flno business. ' h<J Hupper consisted or oysters, meat?, chooolatds. Leo cieam, cakos, etc, nil nf which woro served In their daintiest styles, nnd by attractive young ladles; On Tucxday evening the Hoard of Directors...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

' ' The Tiliies-Diapatch. Publish* Dally and Weekly at No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. January 27, 1903, nt Richmond, V«. ( at fteeond'Clasi Matter, under Act of Conpreta of March 9, 1879. J..THti DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH 1s sold "•! S cent* a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH U •old at 5 cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by m«ll60 cents a month, 15.00 a year, $2.60 fof „.«lx months, 11.80 for three month*. „, «UNOAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, $2.00 • year. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, In...eluding Bunday, by Carrier, 16 cents per . week. < '_'. Thß SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 6 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, 11.00 year. ''All Unsigned Communications will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by stamps. 1; . Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, Mo. 619 East Broad Street. SUNDAY, MAKCH 36, IKB. DISORDERLY BARS, 1 'A recent news Hem gave tho names ot "persons who 'had applied to tho County '.Court of Henrieo for a renewal o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

<®} , IAtTTTH lAf.« r\/^m.te% I AOT lAfoc*lf Hlstory-makln* Event* In All Lines ft! Activity. W For the Woman who Wants to Know. WHAT WAS DONE I* AST WEEK B rl.l, Cliaalfled, Complete, to Date. (gjtf For the Son and Daughter who Need to Know. «*„._ \ATr*r%w w> /-*«* /\ nnc A Ready Reference Encyclopedia. W For the Business Han Too Busy to Know. IN I HIS WORLD OF UURS | jimorican J^f fairs. , -: ~ BRYAN RAPS OLD BNEMtISS, ■ W, J. Bryan during tho wook had tnadfl two /wldoly quoted attacks one on exI'roaidqftt Cleveland, the other on ox- ' Senator Hill, of Now York. Speaking at Toledo," Ohio; Mr, Bryan said, ho thought Hill was tossing a penny to sco whether ho or Judge Parker would , run In i&M, but that' tho penny had been tossed so many times that Hill didn't know which slde'/waa head and whloh was tall. ( Beror6 tho Michigan Democratic Convention it Detroit Tuesday Mr. Bryan nuofcd McKlnley's remark about Clovcl»n^« trying to ;mako money tho masto...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

**<• ''';■■' — Q Mid-Lent, or MJ-Careme, as it Is often called, fnlls this year on Thursday, Mnrnh 19th, the following being the MidLent .Sunday, anciently called "Dominica refectlonls,", or reflection Sunday, from tho fact of tho first lesson being an account of the banquet given by Joseph to his brethren, and tho goapol of the day being tho miraculous feeding of tho five thousand. , „ , In England It was also formerly called Mothering Sunday, from tho custom of communicants visiting the mother, or Cathedral Church, on that day, to make their Easter offering. ..... Many Americans crotss tho Atlantic for the sake ot witnessing tho Mi-Carome festival at Nlco, a lovely pageant In which there is a floral parade and a battle royal of roses and other choice and fragrant blossoms. Ml-Careme is being celebrated of late In the American Nico, only tho latter is called Palm Boach, nnd violets and orange blossoms are more in ovldence than roses at this season. Tho opportunity Is off...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

■/Continued FYom Sixth Pngo,) ting and several of his family. Mr. and Mfß. William A. Putnntn, Mr. and Mrs, Jlobcrl C. Oftdnn. Mr. and Mrs. W. Gulllaudou, Mr. Wllllnm H. Baldwin, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Watson Olldor, Editor of "Tho Conturyj" Mr. acorge pouter Pcabody, Dr. ai<d Mm. Albert Shaw, editor of tho "Hovlow of novlow»!" Mr. and Mrs. Wttltor lsnno,l s nno, editor of "World's Work;" Dr. William J. Hehlefflln, Mr. V. Everett Macy, »r. Follx Adler, professor, Columbia University; Dr. Nicholas Mur* ray Butler, president of Columbia Utilvorslty, all of Now Tork city! Mr. B. H. Edmunds, , superintendent of city •ehoola of Surritor, 8. .; Mr. 3. A. Gamewell, of Woftprd College, Bpnrtnnburtf, B. C; Mr. Robert Oarrott. of Baltimore; Mr.'J. W. Jenkins, Routhern odltor of Tho Baltimore Sun; Dr. Itlchard Mcllwalno, president of Hatripden-Sldney College; Mr, George C. Round, of the School Board of Manosuns, Vh.; Mr. G'ootgo 13/ ltarr, editor of "Tho "Watohmnn," Boston; Miss ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

MANSFIELD INJORFOLK Society's Edict Went Forth That All Should Attend. THE EVENT OF THE WEEK Post-nuptial Reception Was Tehdered by Mr. nnd Mrs. Harris Pincus to Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Wachtel On Wednesday. (Spcclnl to The Tlroos-Dtspntch.) NORFOLK. March 14.— Society took a night off this week for tho oxpenslvo diversion of Mansfield. It was ono of tho edicts of the social community that ovorybody should go to tho Mansfield performance. Many of tho members of society hato Mansfield, some of them don't affect Shakespearo; very fow of tho bolder members caro for Julius Caesar, much loss for Brutus, who was too noblo for life on the stage' But the odlct had gone forth that society was expected, and consequently, society was thero on tho night •when Mansflold played Julius Caosar here. The reasons that society took that night oft from tho duty of observing Lent may be various, but they were sufliclont. Acidulous old maids and crusty bachelors have united to sneer at the. reasons for the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

PEOPLE OUT IN BRISTOL Interesting Hems Gathered in City of the Southwest* KING COLLEGE SOCIETY The ; Phllolhesmlan Literary Society of King College Celebrated Its Thirtysixth Anniversary With a Pub- . lie Entertainment. (Special to Tbo TlmoH-Dlnputoh.) «RISTOU VA., Marcli 14.— Mr. and Alra. Charles 11. Leonard, who wore about to len.ve UrLstol for WaahlriKton Courthouse, Ohio, Uavo concluded arrangomehtt! to remain here, to tho delight ot their friends. Vr, aud Mrs. B. P. 1 Wood, who had resided In Bristol for Beverul years, left' this week for £.oh Angeles, Cal., where they Will reside with tho hope of Improving Hrtf, Wood's health. Dr. Wood has been offered tho professorship of. chemistry and toxicology In the Puelllc Hchool of Osteopathy at Los Angeles. Senator J. Cloyd Byar», of the Virginia ix'Blsl&ture, spent a part of tho week In Brlatol Oh private business. Senator Jiyuru Is qulto popular with his constituents, who know him as a conHclentloua dnd brilliant young ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

Queries M Cast" or "Caste." iIJAUor of - the Tlmes-Dlspatch; < ; \Vhlch is the correct way to designate li company of players? Is it "cost" or "caste? 11 1 Would bo pleased to hava your opinion, f* ". Cast Is correcti "If Chicago Were" To the Editor of Tho Tlmes-Dlspntcli: Pleaso answer whether tho verb used in the following sentence la correct or not: "If Chicago wero to burn again." A READER. The uso of tho subjunctive, as given, Is correct. Warts on Scalp. Editor of tho Tlmes-Dlspatch! Pleaso let mo know the. best remedy for removing warts from the scalp and oblige an , old subscriber,' J. P. R. ; Tho best advlco wo can givo you is to consult your family physician, or else leave the warts alone. Two Pastor's Names. How do Dr. Kerr and Rabbi Calisch 'pronounce their names? Y. E. P.In one caso the name Is pronounced "Care;" In tho other "Kallsh"— the first syllable being sounded like "cal" in calendar. How Pronounced. Editor ofthe Tlmes-Dlspatch: Please glvo through your...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 15 March 1903

THIRTEEN, ! STARS? Why That Number Upon tlie Confederate Flag? A "MERRIMAC" AND MONITOR Some Fresh Details of a Much Dls. cu»sed Battle— Anecdotes of Lee. The Batallion of Local Defence Troops. •To the Editor of The Tlm<?s-t>lspatch: For the dates of the secession of the last three of the Confederate States, Mrs. U. Murdock, of Fort Worth, Texas, end F. rtand6lp"h Smith, of Henderson, North Carolina, are referred to the Calendar of tho United Daughter* of tha Confederacy: Tennessee seceded June, -i, 1561. Missouri Boceded October fcl, IS6IKentucky seceded November W, I*sl. All of lh<> thirteen States had representation, in the Confederate Congress; all of them foueht for tho Confederate Cause, fcocauso three -of them, Tennessee, MUeourl and Kentucky, were occupied at an early date by tho enemy, and so had representation In the Congress of the United States, and so had. soldiers, tna tlrnfe' sowers, the mercenary, or the men who were drafte...

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